Letters to the Editor
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Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, We would like to take this time to thank all who helped the Mercy Mall of Quitman and Myrtle Springs Baptist Church of Quitman in their effort to provide meals to families in need at Thanksgiving. more

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Dear Editor: Last October, while I was out of state, I received a phone message from Officer Jeremy Smith of the Mineola Police Department advising me of an incident at my home where someone had … more

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Letter to the Editor: I was involved in some events that made me remember why there are so many reasons to be proud of living in East Texas. Saturday, October 25, I was working at the Quitman … more

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Dear Editor: Every weekday morning starts the same. I roll out of bed at 6 a.m., plus the nine extra snooze minutes I selfishly claim. Somehow it gives me a false sense that I have control over … more

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Dear Editor: Suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in this country. It touches millions of lives—people of all ages, ethnicities, and backgrounds—but the research is clear: suicide is … more

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On behalf of the staff at Kelly Drug, I am writing to personally thank our local law enforcement agency and its personnel for their quick and professional response to our recent break-in. While we … more

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The truth is I love animals; I have since I was a young boy. I was approached by a non-profit APET because they were desperate for someone not only with my canine training skills but also operations … more

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Dear Editor: Texas Sunset Advisory Commission voted to keep Quitman’s driver’s license office open. When it is open, it really isn’t. I have been three times in two weeks and haven’t … more
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